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  2. About Dell

    Dell Inc. (DELL 4331), an American technology company based in Round Rock, Texas, develops, manufactures, sells, and supports personal computers, servers, data storage devices, network switches, personal digital assistants (PDAs), software, televisions, computer peripherals, and other technology-related products. As of 2006, Dell employed more than 78,700 people worldwide.

    Dell grew through the 1980s and 1990s to become at one stage the largest seller of PCs and servers. It currently holds the second spot in the hardware computer industry behind Hewlett-Packard after the latter's merger with Compaq in 2002.

    In 2006, Fortune magazine ranked Dell as the 25th-largest company in the Fortune 500 list, 8th on its annual [http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/mostadmired/top20/ Top 20 list] of the most-admired companies in the United States. In 2007 Dell ranked 34th and 8th respectively on the equivalent lists for the year. A 2006 publication identified Dell as one of 38 high-performance companies in the S&P; 500 which had consistently out-performed the market over the previous 15 years.

  3. Quotes about Dell

    1. With rising energy costs and global concerns over energy consumption and carbon footprint, data centers worldwide are prioritizing reduction in the cost of infrastructure cooling. Dell's Fresh Air cooling solution combined with servers using Intel Xeon processors running at higher ambient temperatures will provide a breakthrough in efficiency for data centers.
      Jason Waxman in Shifting to Chiller-Less Data
    2. We continue to expand our cloud offerings and availability to help make sure that regardless of a customer's requirements, Dell's cloud services can meet their needs today and help them plan for the future.
      In Dell Launches Private Cloud IaaS Solutions, Cloud Services Portal
    3. Dell basically killed the homegrown computer market because they really, really focused on optimizing costs.
      In It turns out a lot of companies like building their own storage gear